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Service Options

Funeral planning can be a difficult process while grieving the loss of a loved one. But having a funeral provides those who are grieving a place to receive support, come to terms with their loss, say goodbye, and honor their loved one’s life. Being surrounded by family and friends lets everyone share stories and memories and creates a lasting support system as everyone begins their grief journey.

 


 

Burial Services

Depending on your personal preferences, there are several services to choose from for a loved one’s burial:

  • For immediate burial, your loved one will be buried or entombed without a public service or gathering.
  • A visitation, also called a viewing, calling hours, or wake, lets everyone gather together in a room with your loved one in an open or closed casket to say goodbye and comfort the bereaved.
  • Funeral or memorial services can be held at a funeral home, church, or even your home. The service is for celebrating and honoring your loved one’s life. Both the visitation and service can be personalized to your loved one’s passions.
  • Graveside, chapel, or committal services take place at the cemetery. They let everyone be present as their loved one is transferred to his or her final resting place through ground burial.



Cremation Services

For cremation services, we strongly encourage you to hold a visitation and funeral service to honor your loved one’s life. After the cremation and services, there are several options for your loved one’s final disposition:

  • Interment is when you bury or entomb your loved one's cremated remains. This can be in a family plot, memorial site, cremation niche or urn garden, or other indoor and outdoor locations. Please reach out to our staff for a detailed list of interment options.
  • Graveside cremation services are similar to traditional ground burials, as everyone is at the burial of the cremated remains and honor your loved one through other meaningful tributes.
  • Scattering is when you spread your loved one's cremated remains in a memorial garden, cemetery, over water, or another significant location. You also can choose to scatter some of the cremated remains and retain the rest in an urn for interment or another form of disposition.
  • By placing cremated remains in multiple urns, family members who live in different locations can each have their loved one's final resting place close to them.



Flameless Cremation

Flameless Cremation is a non-combustible process making it more environmentally friendly. The total carbon footprint is 18 times less than fire-based cremation.

What is Flameless Cremation? Compared to fire-based cremation, Flameless Cremation reduces: More advantages of Flameless Cremation
Flamesless Cremation , scientifically known as Alkaline Hydrolysis, uses water as opposed to fire.

By using a combination of 95% water & 5% alkalinity, Flameless Cremation mimics the natural breakdown process as if the body were to be laid rest in the soil, only accelerated.

Flameslesss Cremation is offered by funeral homes alll across the United States, Canada, and Europe. It is even used by Medical School for individuals who have been donated to science, including the world renowned Mayo Clinic
Natural Gas usage by 90%
Electricity usage by 66%
Carbon Dioxide emission by 90%
A different choice when it comes to making final arrangement for your loved one.

Your loved one is not exposed to 1600 degree heat or open flames.

20% more ash is returned in the urn the ash remains are 100% free of carbon discoloration.

Medical devices, such as pacemakers, do not have to be removed.


Do I receive anything back after the process?

Do I receive anything back after the process?

Yes. At the end of the Flameless Cremation process mineral bone ash is left behind which are placed in an urn and returned to the famiy.

Does Flameless Cremation uses acid?

Does Flameless Cremation uses acid?

No, the process uses alkalies. The alkalies are natural material that are used in every day shaving creams, body washes, and other cosmetic compounds.

How long does the process take?

How long does the process take?

The Flameslesss Cremation process takes 12-14 hours to complete.

Can we come and visit your facility?

Can we come and visit your facility?

Yes! We encourage anyone who is interested in the process or would like to take a tour of facility to call us.

Can I prearrange this service?

Can I prearrange this service?

Yes! By doing so it will freeze the prices of our services.



Payment Options

We don't want your family to feel like you must settle on arrangement options due to your financial circumstances. That’s why we have multiple online payment options to help you plan the funeral that your loved one deserves:

  • We accept payments online via all major credit cards — Visa, Mastercard, American Express, and Discover. You can use our online payment platform to conveniently and securely pay by a credit card today.
  • With eChecks, or ACH payments, you can transfer funds directly from your bank account to pay for funeral services.
  • We offer crowdfunding for funeral services, memorial funds, and other expenses. We have all the features of other major crowdfunding sites with less fees.
  • If your loved one has a life insurance policy you want to use for funeral expenses, please reach out to us. We can get a portion of your claim funded immediately instead of waiting 30-90 days for the insurance companies to pay out. We’ll also handle all the paperwork, saving you time and stress.


Please don’t hesitate to reach out if you have any questions or want more information.

Basler Funeral Home, Inc.
Phone: (573) 883-3558
685 Center Dr., Sainte Genevieve, MO 63670


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